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Archaeological Sites in Israel

  • The Museum of the Underground Prisoners

    The Museum of the Underground Prisoners, Akko

    History of the Museum of the Underground Prisoners The Museum of the Underground Prisoners in Akko tells the story of the underground fighters who fought for the independence of the State of... explore more
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    Bethlehem

    Bethlehem is an important historic city in the West Bank, about 10km (6.2 miles) south of Jerusalem. Bethlehem, or beit lechem means “House of Bread” in Hebrew. During the Christmas season,... explore more
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    Jericho

    Jericho is considered one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world and has a fascinating and history. Situated in the West Bank near the Jordan Valley and close to... explore more
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    Via Dolorosa

    Via Dolorosa (Latin for “Sorrowful Way” or “Way of Suffering”) is a route through the Old City of Jerusalem that is believed to be the path Jesus walked to his crucifixion.... explore more
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    The Templars' Tunnel, Akko

    The Templars’ Tunnel in Akko is an extraordinary underground passageway built by the Knights Templar (a Christian military order) to connect their main fortress at old Akko’s southwestern tip with the... explore more
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    Kursi National Park

    Kursi National Park is an archaeological site in Northern Israel enclosing the ruins of a Byzantine monastery. This monastery is identified by tradition as the site of Jesus’ “Miracle of the... explore more
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    The Russian Compound, Jerusalem

    The Russian Compound, located in central Jerusalem, includes the massive and unmissable Holy Trinity Church and is one of the oldest parts of Jerusalem. Built in the 1860s, the compound is... explore more
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    Temple Mount Sifting Project. Jerusalem, Israel.

    Don’t miss the opportunity to take part in some real archaeological work in the Holy Land! Get your hands dirty sifting for real treasures from the First and Second Temple periods. The... explore more
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    Family-Friendly Attractions in Israel

    From Masada Fortress to the beaches and plenty of child-friendly museums and attractions, there are many family-friendly attractions in Israel for children of all ages. Whether is a visit to a... explore more
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    New archeology wing at Terra Sancta Museum, Jerusalem, Israel. June 27, 2018

    The Terra Sancta Museum in Jerusalem opens a new archeology wing this June 2018. The Terra Sancta Museum is one of the most relevant museums for Christian history in the old city... explore more